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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Dunheved Road, Launceston

Sold STC £250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Spacious, three bedroom, semi-detached house
  • Favoured location within walking distance of the town
  • Large private gardens
  • Scope for extension, enhancement and mordernisation
  • Detached garage
  • No onward chain
  • EPC: F

Full description

Superb, semi detached family house in favoured location. Two reception, three double bedroom accommodation. Set in large private gardens. Within level walking distance of town centre. Huge scope for extension, enhancement and modernisation. Detached garage with scope to enlarge. No onward chain. EPC: F

Grasmere is a three bedroom semi detached house, mid way along Dunheved Road. The property occupies a generous, gently sloping plot, with sunny private gardens to the rear. To the side of the house is a detached garage. There is scope to enhance the property to make a superb, spacious family home. 

Situated on Dunheved Road within level walking distance of the social, commercial and shopping facilities of Launceston Town Centre. Close at hand is the town’s secondary school, Launceston College and Coronation Park including leisure centre with indoor swimming pool and squash courts.  Just beyond is the Health Centre, local hospital and Dunheved Bowls Club.

Launceston sits alongside the A30 dual carriageway spine road for Cornwall and Devon just inside Cornwall.  The town enjoys a good balance of travel distance to all parts of the two counties. 

Launceston is the ancient walled former ‘capital’ of Cornwall.  At the heart of the town is an 11th century Castle ruin and gathered beneath the pretty old town with higgledy-piggledy roof scape and medieval street pattern with numerous listed buildings.  The town has a good selection of multiple and niche individual shops and service providers.

In all directions from Launceston there is scenery of outstanding natural beauty. To the north is one of the country's most stunning stretches of National Trust cliff scenery with southwest coast path, quaint former fishing villages and popular family surfing beaches. To the west are the open spaces of Bodmin Moor ideal for walking and riding and to the east is Dartmoor National Park. Running southwards the hidden Tamar Valley steeped in 18th century mining  history is renowned for salmon fishing and flows out into  historic Plymouth sound with all its yachting activities. 

To the east of Launceston the city of Exeter (42 miles) provides intercity rail link, international airport and M5 motorway link.  To the south the city of Plymouth provides continental ferry port. 


Open storm porch into: 

Reception hallway with parquet wood flooring and stairs to first floor. 

Bright and airy reception room overlooking front garden. Feature open fireplace. Parquet wood flooring under carpet. 

French doors to rear opening to an elevated terrace with steps to the garden. Feature open fireplace. Serving hatch to kitchen. Parquet wood flooring under carpet. 

Range of base and wall units to either side. Stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Tiled floor. Space for electric cooker and washing machine. Window to side overlooking garden. Doors to pantry and rear lobby. 

Doors to WC and out to rear garden. Tiled floor. 

High level WC and wash hand basin. 

Open landing with side window over staircase. Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder. Loft access hatch. 

Spacious master bedroom with front window. Built in wardrobe. Wall mounted electric convector heater. 

Double bedroom with window to rear garden. Built in wardrobe. 

Window to rear garden. 

Panel bath with electric shower over and wash hand basin. Window to front. 

Low level WC. Window to side. 

At the front, a set of steps lead down from the frontage road to a gently sloping lawn bordered by flowing beds, and mature shrubs and trees. 

Accessed from a private lane running down the side of Grasmere. Concrete block construction with a tiled pitched roof. Double barn doors to the front and side access door from garden. Parking space in front of garage.

By the rear door is a small vegetable garden, currently planted with a range of mature shrubs. 

To the rear of the house is a spacious, private garden, comprising two gently sloping lawns,  divided by a hedge boundary. 

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
02 August 2017


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